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Science Day: Built-in Well being Strategy (AIS)

An initiative sponsored by the University of Le Mans in collaboration with the Health and Society Institute of the University of Quebec in Montreal, the international network of Health Education Clubs for Active Prevention (CESPA) and institutional partners as companies.

If the definition of health as “a state of physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” seems to have a consensus, it differs significantly from the application of that definition in clinical practice.

More and more health professionals are striving for a global vision of the person and are recognizing lifestyle habits and the environment as playing a greater role in the etiology of health problems. Unfortunately, there is still a lot to be done for a truly sustainable health transition.

Consider all components of the person, the various determinants of health and the actors involved, and the multiple interactions in the interventions. The integrated health approach with its two components poses this challenge.

Integrative Health (IS), which concerns the individual and aims to develop in them the necessary health skills.